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Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

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Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

We are having issues post update to Ready API 2.6.0 with GIT and wanted to know if there is a way to rollback to the 2.5.0 version.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

Hey guys,

In the meanwhile you can download older versions of ReadyApi from http://dl.eviware.com/ready-api/readyapi.htm


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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

You can remove this by editing the settings.xml of the project. There should be a line like "updated_to_2.6.0=true" or something like this. If you remove that you'll get no more errors.



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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

It should be possible. Please check the installation location and each version be installed in the separate directory. You can invoke the tool of the particular version from command line ReadyAPI-<version>/bin/readyapi.bat (.sh depending on the os).

Only thing is if the project is opened in higher version and changes are saved, there might be chances that the same project could not be opened in lower version later. But if the project artifacts are under repository like svn / git / cvs, the you could always go back to compatible revison.


Regards,
Rao.
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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

Thanks Rao.

 

I thought of that, but once the installation occurs, the previous installation directory executables, bat files, etc., are removed so you can no longer take that approach. 

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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

Experiencing git issues too with 2.6.0. What are yours?

We are having discard and pull issues.

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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

The GIT issues are with Discard and Pull and Commit. After performing a Discard, and then attempting a Pull, we receive the message "There are uncommitted changes. Commit or revert your changes before retrieving data from a remote repository.". We receive the same error when we attempt to Commit changes as well. You can perform a Push (not recommened if you have people on the 2.5.0 or earlier releases) as it will bypass and place the changes in the repository causing issues for those in previous releases.

 

We generated a ticket, 00333091 for this issue and are working with support.

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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

Hey guys,

In the meanwhile you can download older versions of ReadyApi from http://dl.eviware.com/ready-api/readyapi.htm


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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

Thanks for the link to the previous versions. Please be aware a dialog will be generated post installaion and launch of Ready API stating you have 2.6.0 versions which may not function correctly.

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Re: Is there a way to rollback to the Ready API 2.5.0 version?

You can remove this by editing the settings.xml of the project. There should be a line like "updated_to_2.6.0=true" or something like this. If you remove that you'll get no more errors.



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